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Japan Airlines get emergency loan

The saga of ailing Japan Airlines goes on, with news it's signed a deal for a loan from a government bank. As reported before, Delta and American are in a battle to provide financing in JAL as a way of controlling more air traffic through Tokyo. Read more here.

Japan Airlines get emergency loan

The saga of ailing Japan Airlines goes on, with news it's signed a deal for a loan from a government bank. As reported before, Delta and American are in a battle to provide financing in JAL as a way of controlling more air traffic through Tokyo. Read more here. 

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